Dublin's Metro North will cut commuter journeys by cars and help the capital's environment, say Ireland's Green Party.
Work to stop foul smells from Europe's largest sewage plant will get underway early next year.
A bicycle importing business has ridden into more than £40,000 worth of fines and costs after not registering its waste.
A new study calls for robust science for environmental labelling of food if consumers are to understand the environmental impact of the food stuffs they are buying and to make choices based on that knowledge.
A firm blamed for cement work which could have led to the worst environmental disaster in US history has denied it was to blame.
The world's largest wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has reported losses and plans to close a number of its Scandinavian factories.
In a report out today (October 29), the London Assembly's Environment Committee has warned that the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games could fail short of its environmental aims.
A castle is to be powered with locally grown wood in an effort to become more self sufficient.
Chicken and pig poo is being used to power an English town in what is being claimed as one of the first initiatives of its kind in the world.
The UK's largest engineering design consultancy, Atkins, today welcomed the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council's decision to fund critical cross-sector research.
Car dealerships across the UK are going green in a bid to slash their emissions by 50,000 tonnes a year.
Six water companies have failed to meet their leakage targets according to the annual report from the Water Services Regulation Authority (Ofwat).
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